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2022 Stanley Cup Odds Tracker

Updated: May 15, 2022

2022 Stanley Cup Odds for Top Contenders


2022 Stanley Cup Odds for Top Contenders


Top Contenders

    This page tracks all 32 NHL teams’ odds to win the 2022 Stanley Cup. The graph above was generated by calculating the average odds for each team from a variety of online sportsbooks. Canada sports betting sites continue to offer odds for all Canadian NHL teams, including the Calgary Flames who are listed at +900.

    You can see the latest 2022 Stanley Cup odds here, along with how each NHL team has fared in the odds throughout the course of the 2022 NHL season. The Colorado Avalanche currently lead the league as the favorites to win the Stanley Cup.

    The Toronto Maple Leafs are now inside the top-5 favorites, with their odds listed at +850 at most Ontario sports betting apps.

    2022 Stanley Cup Odds

    Team Stanley Cup Odds
    Colorado Avalanche +200
    Florida Panthers +360
    Carolina Hurricanes +600
    Tampa Bay Lightning +650
    Calgary Flames +900
    Edmonton Oilers +1100
    St. Louis Blues +1700
    New York Rangers +2000
    Pittsburgh Penguins +2500
    Dallas Stars +3500
    Boston Bruins OUT
    Los Angeles Kings OUT
    Minnesota Wild OUT
    Toronto Maple Leafs OUT
    Washington Capitals OUT

    Odds as of May 15th at FanDuel Sportsbook

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    Top 2022 Stanley Cup Contenders

    Here are some more notes on the movement of the top contenders for the 2022 Stanley Cup:

    • [May 10]: The Flames put themselves back in third after a 3-1 win over Dallas in Game 4, evening the series at twos. At +750, Calgary is well ahead of fourth-favorites Toronto and Carolina (both +1100).
    • [May 8]: The Avs have improved to +275 on average, holding a 3-0 lead on the Predators. Down 2-1 to the Capitals, the Panthers have faded to +650.
    • [May 3]: The Hurricanes and Leafs both moved from +1000 to +850 on the strength of Game 1 victories over the Bruins and Lightning, respectively.
    • [Apr 30]: The Avalanche head into the playoffs as +320 favorites, well ahead of the second-favorite (Panthers) at +550.
    • [Apr 25]: The only significant changes from last week come from the Golden Knights, who fell from +2000 to +3500, and the Jets, who fell completely off the board after being eliminated from contention.
    • [Apr 19]: The Islanders, Blue Jackets, and Sharks are now all officially off the board, as each has been eliminated from playoff contention.
    • [Apr 12]: Anaheim, Buffalo Chicago, Detroit, and Ottawa all fall off the table following their respective eliminations from Stanley Cup Playoff contention.
    • [Apr 7]: Only a minor reshuffling of the teams at the top since last week, with Toronto leapfrogging both the Lightning and Hurricanes after their Stanley Cup odds shortened from +1200 to +900.
    • [Apr 1]: Despite winning three in a row, the Golden Knights’ odds continue to get longer as their odds have dropped from +1300 to +2000 since last week. At the other end of the table, Arizona, Montreal, New Jersey, Philadelphia, and Seattle have all been eliminated from playoff contention.
    • [Mar 22]: Following the NHL Trade Deadline, the Panthers have seen their odds improve after acquiring Claude Giroux, Ben Chiarot, and a few other pieces. Apart from that, no other moves had a significant impact.
    • [Mar 16]: Carolina climbs into the Top 5 following a week where they shut out league-leading Colorado. The Avalanche subsequently saw their odds move for the worse, with a slight shift from +400 to +425.
    • [Mar 8]: The Flames have made the biggest jump in the odds since the New Year. Since Jan 3rd their Stanley Cup odds have moved from +2500 to +1000. Meanwhile, the New York Islanders have moved in the opposite direction from +7000 to +13000 over that same stretch.
    • [Feb 21]: The Colorado Avalanche’s odds continue to improve even though they are the stand alone favorite. At certain online sportsbooks, the Avalanche are as low as +400.
    • [Feb 16]: As the Flames continue to lead the Pacific Division as they move up the Stanley Cup odds list. Calgary is 9-1 in their last 10 games.
    • [Feb 1]: The Minnesota Wild were the most notable movers in this week’s Stanley Cup odds movement. The Jets continue to slide, now being listed at +8000 in most spots.
    • [Jan 25]: The Capitals have fallen in the Stanley Cup odds as they sit at +2500 to win. The Avalanche continue to separate themselves from the rest with wins in their seven of their last eight games.
    • [Jan 17]: Bruins made some noise last week, moving from +2000 to +1800 to win the Cup at certain shops. The Oilers returned from their COVID pause, but continue to struggle as they lost to Ottawa.
    • [Jan 11]: The Wild continue to drop in the Stanley Cup odds, meanwhile the Penguins have been surging in the Eastern Conference. Pittsburgh is 9-1 in their last 10 games as they sit in fourth in the Metropolitan.
    • [Jan 3]: The Minnesota wild have taken a step back in Stanley Cup odds. Meanwhile, the Hurricanes have surged since the NHL came back from their temporary COVID-pause. The Avalanche are the sole favorites at +550.
    • [Dec 22, 2021]: The NHL has officially gone on pause due to the rapid growth of the new Omicron COVID-19 variant. The Avalanche, Maple Leafs, and Lightning are the top three favorites heading into the pause. The Panthers odds took a sharp turn, worsening from +650 to +800.
    • [Dec 13, 2021]: The Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers’ odds to win the 2022 Stanley Cup have worsened over the past two weeks. The Flames have lost four in a row and now have a handful of players that have tested positive for COVID-19, postponing their games for at least a week.
    • [Dec 6, 2021]: The Avalanche are officially back in the driver’s seat as the favorite. The Leafs have moved into the Top 4 as the Golden Knights continue to slide down the odds list.
    • [Nov 29, 2021]: The Maple Leafs have been one of the hottest teams in the NHL over the past month. Toronto went 12-2 in November, suffering their only loses to the Kings and Penguins.
    • [Nov 22, 2021]: The New York Islanders odds continue to worsen as they try and break their six game losing streak, including back-to-back home losses. They have fallen out of the Top 10 in the NHL odds to win the Stanley Cup.
    • [Nov 15, 2021]: The Capitals have seen their Stanley Cup odds shorten after a big week that included a 6-1 win over the Penguins. The Kraken’s odds continue to worsen as their slow start leaks into mid-November.
    • [Nov 8, 2021]: The Golden Knights’ odds lengthen even more after a tough stretch and are now the fourth betting favorite at DraftKings, right in front of the Leafs. Arizona is now the biggest underdog with just one win in their first 12 games.
    • [Nov 1, 2021]: The Panthers odds continue to shorten and are now the second betting favorite at DraftKings Sportsbook at +700. Meanwhile, the Hurricanes’ odds have also shortened significantly after their 8-0 start.
    • [Oct 26, 2021]: The Florida Panthers continue to move their way up the Stanley Cup odds with a 6-0 start to their season. The Chicago Blackhawks have yet to win a game and are having serious COVID issues amongst their squad, as their odds continue to lengthen.
    • [Oct 18, 2021]: The NHL odds have shifted since the start of the 2021-22 NHL regular season. The Islanders’ odds have lengthened to win the Stanley Cup, meanwhile the Panthers’ odds have shortened after starting the season with two straight wins.
    • [Oct 12, 2021]: The NHL starts today as the Avalanche hold strong as the favorite. The Sabres and Coyotes are still the longest shots to win the Stanley Cup at +20000. The Kraken’s odds have shortened since the open now at +4000.
    • [Oct 5, 2021]: With less than a week until the season starts, the NHL Stanley Cup odds haven’t fluctuated all that much. The Avalanche hold steady as the favorite, while the Islanders’ odds continue to shorten as they move from +1700 to +1500.
    • [Sep 21, 2021]: With the NHL preseason starting on September 25th, the Colorado Avalanche remain favored to win the Cup. One of the most notable movers have been the Hurricanes, with their average odds lengthening from +1250 to +2250.
    • [July 22, 2021]: Following the NHL Expansion Draft, the Seattle Kraken’s average odds have shortened from +6667 to +4600. The Kraken acquired the likes of Mark Giordano, Jordan Eberle, Adam Larsson and more.
    • [July 9, 2021]: The Colorado Avalanche have opened as the 2022 Stanley Cup favorites. The Seattle Kraken, the NHL’s latest expansion team, have opened at +5000 at DraftKings with their average odds sitting at +6667. The NHL teams in New York continue to be competitive in the odds, with the Islanders opening at +2167 and the Rangers opening at +2633.

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    Five Past Stanley Cup Winners

    Year Team
    2021 Tampa Bay Lightning
    2020 Tampa Bay Lightning
    2019 St. Louis Blues
    2018 Washington Capitals
    2017 Pittsburgh Penguins

    St. Louis Blues (2019) and Washington Capitals (2018) were first time Stanley Cup winners. Capitals fans in Maryland will be able to bet on their “home team” this upcoming NHL season in hopes of their second Cup in five years!

    Tampa Bay has now captured back-to-back Stanley Cup’s. They are the first team to accomplish this feat since the Penguins did it in 2015-2016 and 2016-2017.

    Stats for Teams Searching for Their First Cup

    Team Years in the NHL Cup Final Appearances Closest They’ve Come
    Vancouver Canucks 51 3 Game 7 Cup Final losses in both 2011 and 1994. No one in Vancouver will ever forget LaFayette’s post or the ensuing riots.
    Buffalo Sabres 51 2 Game 6 in 1999. Losing in overtime, no thanks to Brett Hull’s foot in the crease.
    San Jose Sharks 30 1 Game 6 in 2016. They’ve never been able to shed their label as chokers.
    Nashville Predators 23 1 Game 6 in 2017. Nashville fans still rue the bad call on Sissons’ go-ahead goal.
    Ottawa Senators 29 1 Game 5 in 2007. A heartbreaking series for that culminated in the infamous Emery-Phillips mixup. 
    Vegas Golden Knights 4 1 Game 5 in 2018. Luca Sbisa hands the game to Lars Eller to end the Knights historic run.
    Florida Panthers 28 1 Swept by Colorado in 1996, despite the year of the rat.
    Arizona Coyotes 25 0 Lost in 5 games to the LA Kings in 2012. Dustin Brown isn’t admired by Glendale faithful.
    Winnipeg Jets 27 (1979-1996, 2011-2018) 0 Defeated by the Golden Knights in 5 games in 2018. Canada’s best hope was no match for Ryan Reaves’ heroics.
    Minnesota Wild 21 0 Swept in the 2003 Conference Finals. Despite a disappointing playoff history, they did end Patrick Roy’s career in spectacular fashion.
    Columbus Blue Jackets 21 0 The Jackets have only won one playoff series in their history, but what a series it was, upsetting the top-seeded Lightning in 2019.

    Coyotes fans have a little bit more to cheer for this year with AZ online sports betting primed and ready, fans can now wager on their favorite team! Has not been the season Arizona fans we’re expecting, but if bettors have been loyal to “Fade the Coyotes” trend then at least they’re making some solid coin.

    Past Championships for Canadian Teams

    Team Stanley Cups Finals Appearances Last Championship Last Finals Appearance
    Montreal Canadiens 24 34 1993 2021
    Toronto Maple Leafs 13 21 1967 1967
    Edmonton Oilers 5 7 1990 2006
    Calgary Flames 1 3 1989 2004
    Vancouver Canucks 0 3 N/A 2011
    Ottawa Senators 0 1 N/A 2007
    Winnipeg Jets 0 0 N/A N/A

    Archived Stanley Cup Odds: 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018

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